Jabra launches the sale of Enhance Plus headphones for the hearing impaired
One of the world’s leading manufacturers of audio and video devices, the Danish company Jabra, announced the start of sales of Enhance Plus headphones at the end of February.
The novelty is 40% more compact compared to the Jabra Elite 7 Pro, which were previously recognized as one of the smallest among wireless headphones. The company claims that Enhance Plus is focused primarily on people with minor hearing loss. Thanks to them, they will be able not only to hear themselves better, but also others during phone calls or listening to music.
Jabra has well thought out settings, which allows you to choose the most appropriate listening mode and speech filter (in both cases — one of three). Background noise reduction and sound call quality will be provided by noise reduction technology.
The autonomous resource of the gadget is 10 hours. Enhance Plus is also reliably protected from dirt and moisture according to the IP52 standard.
Unfortunately, at the moment the gadget is only compatible with the iPhone. So far, headphones can be purchased only in selected clinics in the United States from February 25 at a price of $ 800, and as certification proceeds — in other markets.